Ravenswood's Requests

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I have Escape from Monster Manor for my 3DO.
?"Work is for people who can't play games!" - Billy Mitchell
Good for you. Make a longplay out of the game if know everything of this game.
I eat video games, I sleep video games, I play video games...until I had to work 8 hours.
1. Flashback (Mega Drive/Genesis, 1992, Delphine Software International, cinematic platformer)

2. Clockwork Knight (Saturn, 1994, Sega, platform)

3. 3-D WorldRunner (NES, 1987, Acclaim, third-person rail shooter)

4. Balloon Pop (Wii, 2007, UFO Interactive, puzzle/strategy)

5. 4x4 World Trophy (PS1, PC, or GBC, 1999, Infogrames, racing)

6. 300: March to Glory (PSP, 2007, Warner Bros. Interactive, hack and slash)

7. Blue Lightning (Atari Jaguar, 1995, Atari, flight simulator)

8. 007: Agent Under Fire (PS2, 2001, Electronic Arts and MGM Interactive, first-person shooter)

9. Darkwing Duck (PC Engine, 1992, Turbo Technologies, action)

10. Eggomania (Atari 2600, 1982, US Games, action/arcade)
Is the Flashback you requested for Megadrive the same as the one for SNES? If so that version has been done already. Here...
1. Damnation (PC, PS3, or Xbox 360, 2009, Codemasters, third-person shooter)

2. Pac-Mania (Arcade, 1987, Atari, maze)

3. Quartet (Arcade or Master System, 1986, Sega, 2D action platformer)

4. Rainbow Islands (Arcade, 1987, Taito, platform)

5. Safari Hunt (Master System, 1986, Sega, light-gun game)

6. Golf Magazine: 36 Great Holes Starring Fred Couples (32X, 1994, Sega, sports)

7. IL-2 Sturmovik: Birds of Prey (PS3, Xbox360, DS, or PSP, 2009, 505 Games, combat flight simulator)

8. Eliminator (Arcade, 1982, Sega, multi-directional shooter)

9. Taz in Escape from Mars (Game Gear, 1994, Sega, action)

10. D (3DO, 1995, Acclaim, survival horror)
D for 3do was a fun game. If I ever finish the projects I've lined up I may do it. I love my 3do, and have several games for that console I would like to Longplay.
?"Work is for people who can't play games!" - Billy Mitchell
I Want To Make A Request

I Want More RPG Games Please?
@JoanneDeschenes : If you go to this Forum section you can make requests : http://www.longplays.org/modules/newbb/viewforum.php?forum=17.

Just click the button at the top right that says "New Topic" :)
Metal Gear! uhhggg
1. Ultima IV: Quest of the Avatar (Atari ST, 1985, Origin Systems, RPG)

2. Gex (3DO, 1994, BMG Interactive, platform)

3. Virtua Fighter Animation (Game Gear, 1996, Sega, versus fighting)

4. 3 Ninjas Kick Back (Mega Drive/Genesis, SNES, or Sega CD, 1994, Sony Imagesoft, beat ‘em up)

5. G-LOC: Air Battle (Arcade, 1990, Sega, combat flight simulator)

6. World Grand Prix (Master System, 1986, Sega, racing)

7. Mortal Kombat II (32X, 1994, Acclaim, fighting)

8. James Pond 2 (DS, 2005, Play It Ltd., platform)

9. Earthworm Jim 3D (PC or N64, 1999, Rockstar Games, platform)

10. X-Men 3: Mojo World (Game Gear or Master System, 1996, Sega, action)

If you have D for the 3DO, feel free to make a longplay for it. If not, ask somebody to do it. I am right now posting a list of requests every other day.
I eat video games, I sleep video games, I play video games...until I had to work 8 hours.
"Mortal Kombat 2"
Sounds like a job for InfiniteCombos!

EDIT: Thats a no go! I am getting really bad GFX glitches. Look at the picture and see for yourself: [img width=300]http://i.imgur.com/VhFwX.png[/img]
Metal Gear! uhhggg
Are the graphics problem from the game itself, your TV, your 32X of your ownership, the emulator, or from your computer?
I own this game, and have beaten it enough times that I believe I could do a good LP of it. Let me finish the games on my plate, I'll get to it. I was thinking of doing more 3do games anyway. Lucienne's quest was a fun RPG, and the two Dungeons and Dragons games were neat. Alone in the Dark on the 3do was rough, but some of us 90's era folk have a strange love for ugly polygons.
I really want to do Highlander for the Jag-cd, since I have a working Jag-cd. Would have to get a different kind of Capture device though.
I'll do Gex on 3do. I own that game, and it's a fun platformer.
?"Work is for people who can't play games!" - Billy Mitchell
Emulator brohan!

Have you used the best 32X emulator? If not, try a different emulator.
1. A.S.P Air Strike Patrol (SNES, 1995, SETA, shoot ‘em up)

2. The Adventures of Jimmy Neutron Boy Genius: Attack of the Twonkies (GameCube, Game Boy Advance, or PS2, 2004, THQ, action adventure)

3. The Addams Family (Game Boy, 1992, Ocean Software, platform)

4. 007 Racing (PS1, 2000, Electronic Arts, racing)

5. Ace Combat X: Skies of Deception (PSP, 2006, Namco, combat flight simulator)

6. Doom (Atari Jaguar, 1994, Atari, first-person shooter)

7. Advent Rising (PC or Xbox, 2005, Majesco, third-person shooter)

8. Ys: The Vanished Omens (Master System, 1988, Sega, action RPG)

9. Pitfall: The Mayan Adventure (SNES or Mega Drive/Genesis, 1994, Activision, platform)

10. Bad Boys: Miami Takedown (GameCube, PC, PS2, or Xbox, 2004, Empire Interacitve and Crave Entertainment, action adventure/shooter)
Ah, the good ol' Jimmy Neutron Games :) I've played alot of them, but never completely beaten them except the first one.
Metal Gear! uhhggg
I have Doom and Doom 2 listed on my games to do for XBLA longplays.
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